Have a Seuss-esational Time : Dr.Seuss books that you must read

Have a Seuss-esational Time : Dr.Seuss books that you must read

Dr. Seuss inspired the imaginations of millions of young readers through his mastery of wordplay and rhyme. From classics like “The Cat in the Hat” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” to stories that taught valuable lessons like “The Lorax” and “The Butter Battle Book,” Dr. Seuss’ books are a must read for every child.

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A Comprehensive Guide to the Best Indian Children’s Books from 2019 – #KidEngageYearEnders

A Comprehensive Guide to the Best Indian Children’s Books from 2019 – #KidEngageYearEnders

2019 has seen a huge variety of books for children published in India. Choosing the Best Indian Children’s Books was not an easy task. Whether you are a school or a library or a parent wanting the best children’s books for your children, this list is as comprehensive as it gets. You may want to Share this link or Bookmark for reference. A ginormous array of charming picture books to read-aloud, from stories of inspiring…

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KidEngage Reads: The Zoo Around You

KidEngage Reads: The Zoo Around You

What comes to your mind when someone says the word ‘Zoo’? A huge open space with enclosures, moats, display galleries and a fun day out? If you go by what Katie Bagli and Medha S Rajadhyaksha have to say in their book ‘The Zoo Around You’, you will realise that the images that rolled before your eyes are definitely that of a zoo, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find a variety of creatures around you.

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Kids need to have a Balanced View towards Gender – An interview with Garima Kushwaha

Kids need to have a Balanced View towards Gender – An interview with Garima Kushwaha

Most of us will agree that Gender Equality should be something that should be a way of life, and not just a topic for essay writing competitions. However, the most instrumental thing is to make sure that we, as parents and educators, don’t fall prey to gender stereotyping, through our words or our actions. And one of the best ways to poke holes in gender stereotyping is to talk about role models.

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